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Our Technology

DENTAL VIBE

Dental Vibe is a patient comfort system that makes injecting local anesthesia into hard tissues and soft tissues much less painful. Dental Vibe, is a three-ounce, ergonomically designed, cordless, rechargeable, handheld device designed to look like a vibrating toothbrush Dental Vibe provides gentle vibrations at the injection site to overload the nerve that sends pain signals to the brain.

Taking the needle pain out of dentistry The Dental Vibe is a unique tool that can help alleviate dental fear and anxiety, allowing you to get the dental treatment you need to stay healthy. The Dental Vibe provides gentle vibration to the site of the dental injection. This vibration overloads the nerve that sends pain signals to the brain so that you don’t register the pain or discomfort from the injection.Dental vibe device uses the pleasant sensation of gentle vibration to stimulate patient’s gums and close the neural pain gate to the sting of needle injections. The vibration also spreads the numbing agent more effectively throughout the site of injection so that the whole dental process is painless

RADIOVISIOGRAPHY (RVG)

In recent Your Messages, a digital imaging system – RADIOVISIOGRAPHY (RVG) has offered an alternative and instant method for measurement of intraoral radiography.Radiovisiography (RVG) as the latest imaging technique in dentistry with the minimal radiation exposure of the patient and numerous possibilities to process the images has many advantages over classic radiography.


Benefits of digital radiography:

  •   Less radiation is needed to produce the same quality image as film (70% less exposure to radiation)
  •   You can enhance the digital image with a series of processing techniques.
  •   Digital archiving-the ability to store images on a computer.
  •   Digital radiography produces larger photos to better source hard-to-see cavities

Extreme importance of Digital Radiography in Implantology

When accomplishing implant placement, using conventional radiography is a major inconvenience, as the entire aseptic procedure is disrupted and Your Message is wasted while the clinician awaits the development of the films several Your Messages during the implant placement procedure.


Advantage of Digital Radiography during the ROOT CANAL treatment

The digital image is available on the computer screen within a few seconds. As a result, digital radiographic systems are efficient aids in an eendodontic procedure, in which a second image easily can be made from a slightly different angle without removing the sensor out of patient’s/client’s mouth—for example, to make the second root canal better visible—with the sensor still in the same position, but with different angulation.


INTRAORAL CAMERA

Intraoral cameras are now used on a regular basis in our clinics. In addition to helping the dentist make an accurate diagnosis, this technology allows patients to view and understand the condition of their teeth and gums.


What is it?

It’s a digital camera that is about the size of a pen. It has a tiny lens (only a few millimetres in diameter) and contains its own light source (LED lights).

What is it good for?

  •   The images captured by the intraoral camera are shown on the screen and allow the patient to view first-hand what problem areas the dentist is referring to.
  •   Images help the dentist to notice some details or anomalies that may have been missed by the naked eye.
  •   The intraoral camera itself does not allow a diagnosis to be made, but it contributes to its improvement when it is combined with other technologies like X-rays.
  •   Digital images can be shared via e-mail with other dental specialists and used for insurance claims.
  • Saved in the patient’s record, the images serve as reference during a treatment plan. They help to keep track of the evolution of the patient’s oral condition. With ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos, the patients are able to see the result of their treatment.

What’s in it for you?

  •   The intraoral camera gives you an instant, clear and magnified view of the current status of your mouth.
  •   It allows you to make informed decisions related to your oral health problems and treatment options.
  •   It will be easy to keep track of your condition over Your Message because we can compare the changes of your teeth, gums and tongue on images stored in your record.
  •   Adding photo documentation to an insurance claim can often speed up the approval of that claim.

LASER

Laser dentistry can be a precise and effective way to perform many dental procedures. It has a potential to improve dental procedures and allowing for treatment of a highly specific area of focus without damaging surrounding tissues.

If you consider yourself somewhat an anxious dental patient and are seeking extreme safety and comfort, you might looking for dentists like us who have incorporated laser techniques into practice and treatments.


SOFT TISSUE LASER

In what context do we use a soft tissue laser? The laser is used as part of several procedures:
  •   Gingivectomy (removing part of the gums for aesthetical reasons, hyperplasia or as part of a periodontal treatment)
  •   Gingivoplasty (a minor surgical procedure designed to reshape the contour of the gums)
  •   Operculectomy (removing part of the gingiva covering a growing tooth)
  •   Removal of an epulis situated on the gingival or alveolar mucosa, otherwise known as an inflammatory pseudotumour
  • Frenectomy (surgical excision of a frenum)
  • Crown lengthening
  • Gummy smiles(lasers can reshape gum tissue)